Departure to visit the spiritual capital of Morocco: Fez. Arrival and start the visit with the New Medina, the newer part of the city, before heading to the Old Medina. During your time here, you’ll understand why many consider Fez as having the best-preserved old city in the Arab world. In fact, the Medina of Fez is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the afternoon, Your driver-guide will point out Dar Bouanania, a popular local hotel, before taking you to Attarine Medersa, an educational institution built by the Merinides, which were the North African people of the dynasty between the 13th and 15th centuries. You’ll be amazed by the elaborate decorations of this architectural gem, built by the order of Sultan Abou Said Ohman. , the Karaouine mosque his is the second-largest mosque in Morocco and the oldest Islamic monument in Fez, and is also considered by many as the holiest mosque in Morocco, governing the timing of all Islamic festivals across the country , and the Nejjarine fountain. Then visit of the Souks where the craftsmen still labour in the old age oriental tradition. At the end of the afternoon, return back directly to Casablanca.